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Advice On Belts

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by bachbeet, Aug 21, 2006.

  1. bachbeet

    bachbeet Distinguished Member

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    My favorite belt that I bought in Firenze is wearing out. I'd like any suggestions as to where to buy a good quality belt at a reasonable price. Is ebay a good place to get one?
     


  2. rnoldh

    rnoldh Stylish Dinosaur

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    You are on the wrong forum. Generally, to start a thread here, you should be selling something. No problem though.

    The answer to your question is: Yes Ebay would be an excellent place to get a replacement belt. Make sure you know your way around Ebay though, and don't overbid or buy a Knock-off.
     


  3. bachbeet

    bachbeet Distinguished Member

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    rnoldh wrote: You are on the wrong forum. Generally, to start a thread here, you should be selling something.

    Well, it is called the buying and selling forum. [​IMG]

    Anyway, thanks for the confirmation.
     


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    Phonebooks New Member

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    ebay is pretty good but watch out for fakes
     


  5. rnoldh

    rnoldh Stylish Dinosaur

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    rnoldh wrote: You are on the wrong forum. Generally, to start a thread here, you should be selling something.

    Well, it is called the buying and selling forum. [​IMG]

    Anyway, thanks for the confirmation.


    Yes, You are right, but the Men's clothing forum would get a greater response for this type of question, is what I meant![​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    mtf Senior Member

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    My favorite belt that I bought in Firenze is wearing out. I'd like any suggestions as to where to buy a good quality belt at a reasonable price. Is ebay a good place to get one?

    I seem to have gotten all of mine from Nordstrom Rack. Can usually find a few nice Martin Dingman belts for $20.
     


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    I would also like to ratify using Ebay. Recently I got a Neiman Marcus lizard belt preowned at auction on Ebay. There is a very nice Mont Blanc black leather belt with box on Ebay at this moment . I purchased a Tralfagar alligator belt at Filene's for less than $150 and a brown alligator Martin Dingman at Nordstrom Rack for same price.
     


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    I seem to have gotten all of mine from Nordstrom Rack. Can usually find a few nice Martin Dingman belts for $20.

    I recently (New Arrivals) found Dingman, Allen Edmunds, Armani, Mezlan and other nice belts at the Rack. Main store stuff, not the usual junk.
     


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    Lance has had some nice belts from Mantelassi for a while. If I were buying a belt that's where I would start.

    STP has, quite often, belts from Allen Edmonds, which are very nice.
     


  10. Fuuma

    Fuuma Franchouillard Modasse

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    Lance has had some nice belts from Mantelassi for a while. If I were buying a belt that's where I would start.

    STP has, quite often, belts from Allen Edmonds, which are very nice.


    I got some Mantelassi belts, they're pretty good quality and no stupid branding. I would definitely recommend them.
     


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